These peppers are usually labeled as "Anaheim chilies" from outside New Mexico. They start out bright green, and when harvested they turn an intense red as they ripen. Some people roast them red, but more commonly they are hung to dry before being ground into a fine, flavorful chili powder that has a distinct, sweet, earthy taste used to make salsas, sauces, and chutneys. It is commonly used in most Mexican dishes, such as enchiladas, guacamole and tamales.
- 0.40 LBS